Mary White (November 18, 1977)
Released on November 18, 1977: Can a girl who died in 1921 at the age of 16 in Emporia, Kansas change your life today? You bet your sweet bippy!
Directed by Jud Taylor
Written by William Allen White and Carly Ledner.
The Actors: Ed Flanders (William Allen White), Fionnula Flanagan (Sallie White), Tim Matheson (William L. White), Donald Moffat (Sir James Barrie), Diana Douglas (Jane Addams), Kathleen Beller (Mary White), Howard McGillin (Richard SLoan III), Kaki Hunter (Selina), William Kuhlke (John Rice), Henry Strozier (Mr. Andrews), Valerie Cotton (Ellie Rogers), Paul Frederickson (Tom), Barry McGuire (Mr. Bonner), Peggy Lang (Miss Peabody), Mildred Meier (Mrs. Pettigrew), Bill Rowley (Kleagle), Art Ellison (old man), Kathleen Arc (Martha), Pat Kelly (Ben), Jack Meyer (Tod).
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If you think that you are too young to really change your world, think again. If you think that you are too old to change your world, think again. If you think that you live too far away from the centers of real power to change the world, think again. She was born in 1904 . . . she died at the age of 16 in 1921, and she changed her world and the world around her forever. She was born in tiny, rural Emporia, Kansas, and not only changed her world, and the world around her, and if you watch this true movie about the heart and soul of a young girl who lived so long ago . . . she just might change your world too.
You can see photos of Mary White and read more her on the Kansas Historical Society web site: Mary White
Diana Douglas and Ed Flanders
Diana Douglas and Kathleen Beller
Donald Moffat and Ed Flanders
Donald Moffat as Sir James Barrie
Ed Flanders and Fionnula Flanagan
Ed Flanders as William A. White
Fionnula Flanagan and Ed Flanders
Howard McGillin and Tim Matheson
Howard McGillin as Richard Sloan III
Kathleen Beller and Tim Matheson
William Kuhlke and Kathleen Beller